WHEATON, Ill. — A lawsuit has been filed in DuPage County Circuit Court by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madiigan and the DuPage County state's attorney alleging Sterigenics U.S. LLC is releasing a dangerous pollutant at its Willowbrook, Illinois, plant.
SACRAMENTO — California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is asking the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to turn down a recent petition by the American Trucking Association (ATA), which says the state's meal and rest break rules for commercial vehicle drivers are preempted under federal law.
SACRAMENTO — California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is the latest to join a multistate effort to oppose a Trump administration proposal to do away with federal regulations that place limits on fossil-fuel power plants' carbon emissions.
PHOENIX — Arizona's Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court against a carpet cleaning company, alleging violations of Do Not Call laws.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is among five other state attorneys general defending the Trump administration's efforts to change the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) guidelines.
PETERSBURG, Va. — The state of Virginia alleges in a recently filed lawsuit that CFS Group Disposal & Recycling Services LLC (CFS) has a series of waste management violations at its Tri City landfill.
PHILADELPHIA — In a recently filed lawsuit, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is requesting a $3 million refund from an out-of-state vehicle title lender accused of violating state usury and racketeering laws.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A Missouri pharmaceutical company has filed suit in a New York federal court over allegations the state's Opioid Stewardship Act (OSA) is unconstitutional.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a state law that allows pharmacies to be reimbursed by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) for prescriptions they dispense to insured individuals at wholesale inventory costs.
ANCHORAGE — The state of Alaska has filed a lawsuit against three major opioid distributors, alleging the companies violated state law by failing to report suspicious orders and diversion of prescription drugs.
BUFFALO — New York state has reached a settlement with a Buffalo-area developer who allegedly failed to disclose leaking and corroding water pipes to buyers purchasing condos.
NEW YORK — Marathon Petroleum Corp. has agreed to divest five of its New York state gas stations after an investigation by the state's attorney general raised concerns over the company's acquisition of several retail fuel stations and its impact on fair and competitive fuel prices in upstate New York's local market.
BOSTON — A Worcester, Massachusetts, home health company that allegedly failed to pay workers travel time and kept inaccurate payroll records has agreed to a $272,000 settlement with the state.
CHICAGO — An Illinois bed-and-breakfast faces a lawsuit by the state's attorney general after it failed to pay damages to a gay couple who were turned away for their civil union ceremony.
TOPEKA — Litigation filed by the state of Kansas against the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) relating to the potential relocation of Guantanamo Bay detainees to the state's Fort Leavenworth prison has been dismissed, according to the Kansas Attorney General's Office.
CHICAGO — A $1.2 million settlement between an Illinois residential mortgage company and state Attorney General Lisa Madigan has been reached to settle charges of alleged mortgage fraud.
SACRAMENTO — California's attorney general has filed a motion to intervene in a case that challenges the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) rule allowing cement plant operators to have a six-month "compliance holiday" period involving air compliance requirements.
SACRAMENTO — California's attorney general is the latest to join a bipartisan, multistate coalition condemning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) decision to eliminate oversight of lender compliance of the Military Lending Act (MLA).
TRENTON — New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is calling on the Trump administration to explain its recent elimination of a 47-year donor reporting rule requiring social welfare organizations to identify their donors and any so called "dark money" spent on political activity to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
New York sues Exxon over climate change disclosures; Move called 'waste of taxpayer dollars' by legal reform group
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – Years in the making, the New York Attorney General’s Office on Wednesday sued ExxonMobil, alleging the company misled investors regarding climate change.